In addition to the blog, members of the Active History project have been involved in developing open-access resources for educators and interested readers.
The Active History ebook series brings together some of the best writing published on ActiveHistory.ca in an accessible, open-access format. Its thematic collections focus on connecting historians to the public and the past to current events.
Beyond the Lecture: Innovations in Teaching Canadian History
Confronting Canadian Migration History
Canadian Immigration History Syllabus
Open History Seminar
Open History Seminar: Canadian History brings together open resources for learning about Canadian history from the earliest times to the present. Chapters include both historical documents and secondary interpretations on a range of topics.
With this open-access book, students have access to digitized copies of original historical documents and high-quality secondary source research materials. They will learn how to critically analyze historical documents, deconstruct historical arguments, and engage with historical scholarship.
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